What do we do?

Bio-organic Fertilizers

Our products do not pollute the soil or the environment, whereas chemical fertilizers often result in too much phosphate and nitrogen in the soil. The excess then leaches into lakes and streams through runoff. Waters decline in quality and suffer from overgrowth of algae and the death of fish.

The main sources of nutrients in our biofertilizers are bacteria, fungi, and cynobacteria (blue-green algae). The most striking relationship that these have with plants is symbiosis, in which the partners derive benefits from each other. 

Farmers prefer biofertilisers to chemical fertilizers because.They help to get high yield of crops by making the soil rich with nutrients and useful microorganisms necessary for the growth of the plants.

Are biofertilizers safe?

Our Biofertilizer is harmless to humans, animals, and the environment in general and is defined as: economically viable, ecologically correct, socially just, culturally suitable, technologically appropriate, and scientifically proven.

How biofertilizers increase the fertility of soil?

Our biofertilizer is a fertiliser made up of living microorganisms. When applied to the field it promotes plant growth by increasing the supply or availability of primary nutrients to the host plant. This helps in increasing the fertility of the soil.

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